Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart has blogged about what we can expect from GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 3.1. He blogs that this […]
Atmosphere can now be deployed in GlassFish 3.1 and Jetty 8 without any modifications. This support starts with the recently-released […]
EnterpriseDB have announced that the former Vice President of MySQL and Software Infrastructure at Sun Microsystems has joined the company […]
Version 0.8.0 of Trinidad (formerly “Tomcat-rails”) is now available to download. Trinidad is a JRuby-rack, Tomcat-based server that looks to […]
Mike, a new Cloud based service, has just been launched. Mike’s mission is to help deliver control and consistency for […]
Oracle have announced a community briefing on the GlassFish implementation of the Java EE 6 platform specification.
Currently, preview releases of Maven 3 are available to download from the Maven website and, with a final release of Maven 3 expected for the second quarter of this year, JAXenter caught up with Jason van Zyl to ask him if Maven users should be making any preparations, ready for the Maven 3 launch……
Jboss have announced version 1.0 of the Errai Google Web Toolkit-based Framework for building next-generation web applications. It is built […]
Jason van Zyl has announced a Sonatype rescue mission on March 5th in response to what he refers to as […]
On 27th January, the IT world sat down and watched Oracle’s five hour long webcast, hoping for the answers to questions we’d been debating for nine months. How would Oracle manage the obvious overlap in their own portfolio, and that of the newly-acquired Sun Microsystems? How would they propose to handle two popular Java Virtual Machines Hotspot and JRockit? And what of their two application servers GlassFish and WebLogic? In this article, Java EE expert Dirk Weil gives an in-depth analysis of Oracle’s statements and whether, in his opinion, Oracle was able to lay some of our questions to rest……..